Apple has a plan to fight iOS bugs.Image: dustin drankoski/mashable By Karissa Bell2018-02-13 00:48:16 UTC Apple might finally be ready to take the many bugs that’ve been plaguing iOS more seriously. The company is making a major change to how it approaches software updates that will emphasize reliability and stability over speed, according to a new report in Bloomberg. Bloomberg wrote that Apple’s software head Craig Federighi told engineers last
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Image: lili sams/mashable By Raymond Wong2018-01-29 23:28:59 UTC Remember how 3D Touch, the iPhone feature where you press harder into the screen, was supposed to be a very big, earth-shattering, game-changing, deal? Yeah…about that. Apple may finally take the first steps towards abandoning 3D Touch when it releases new iPhones later this year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo returned this week with another research note (via MacRumors) for Apple investors.
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The big day is almost here. In less than 24 hours, Apple will finally kick off its Sept. 12 event at the Steve Jobs Theater at its new “spaceship” campus California. The occasion will be used as a launching pad for the company’s newest hardware, including a new batch of phones unofficially referred to as the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. SEE ALSO: How the iPhone has
282 Shares The iPhone 8 will only need millionths of a second to recognize your face.Image: Loris Ravera/mashable By Molly Sequin2017-08-21 22:49:05 UTC The iPhone 8 is expected to launch in September and will likely be packed with a bunch of new hardware including facial recognition technology. Now, a new report from the Korean Herald claims that the facial recognition technology used in the device will only take “millionths of
Image: Xu Kangping/VCG, Getty Images By Adario Strange2017-04-18 01:03:36 UTC A shiny new iPhone is expected on the device’s 10th anniversary—but a new report hints there could be delays. One of the features expected in the upcoming iPhone 8 is a fingerprint sensor placed under the phone’s glass exterior. The result would be an even sleeker, seamless design and, presumably, more space for the iPhone’s display. However, according to